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“Yellow Vests” (“Gilets Jaune” named after roadside-safety vests) are a mass popular movement against the current establishment. It is a revolt that has been simmering in France for years. A revolt by ordinary people against...

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Mobilize to Kick Out the Tories! For a Socialist Alternative to the EU Adapted version of an article from the Socialist (paper of the Socialist Party, CWI in England & Wales, sister organization of Socialist...

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The proclamation of the Catalan Republic by the Catalan parliament provoked an immediate, furious response from the Spanish ruling class, state, and PP government as well as from Ciudadanos (right wing Spanish nationalist Party) and...

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Oppose Wilders and the “Mainstream” Right – Build a Mass Workers’ Party that Struggles for Socialism The most important feature of the national elections in the Netherlands is the colossal defeat for the outgoing austerity coalition...

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The following article was published in the July-August edition of Socialism Today. We are publishing here today because, in light of Trump’s victory, the anti-establishment revolt that shook British society contains many parallels and lessons...

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Peter Taaffe, from Socialism Today (issue No.200, July-August 2016) When faced with a popular revolt the strategists of capital have been heard privately to echo a former California politician: “The people have spoken … the...

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Fight for a 24-Hour General Strike Originally published by the Socialist Party of England and Wales (CWI). “The referendum result may well go down in history asthe pitchfork moment,” declared the Financial Times (FT), wailing...

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Mass revolutionary Left needed to find way out of crisis of capitalist system...

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Unite against austerity and struggle for a better life for all...

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On Tuesday 11 August the Chinese central bank jolted global markets with the announcement of a devaluation of the yuan – by the widest margin for 21 years under its controlled exchange rate regime....

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